Nintendo have finally lifted the lid on the Nintendo Switch, but have they done enough to justify its existence from a hardware and software perspective?
We now know more about the Nintendo Switch including price, release date and which games you can expect to play in the coming year.
According to a new report, Half-Life 3 is unlikely to ever see the light of day due to Valve’s creative process and their move away from game development.
Guerrilla Cambridge, the developer of Playstation VR title RIGS, is to be closed according to Sony as the publisher looks to make changes in Europe.
Shovel Knight will dig its way onto Nintendo Switch in 2017 plus developer Yacht Club Games announces changes to its pricing structure for expansions.
Ubisoft’s action hack-and-slash game, For Honor will receive a closed beta later this month ahead of its release in February.
Microsoft has announced that Platinum Games’ Scalebound has been cancelled and has today been removing promotional material for the game.
2017 promises to be another great year for games, here are seven to look forward to this year.
Dragon Quest Heroes II is coming to the West on PS4 in April 2017 featuring 4 player co-operative multiplayer, a new world and characters and more.
Space adventure/combat simulator Elite Dangerous is coming to PS4 next year along with the most recent expansion ‘Horizons’.